Where is alfaparf from?

Where is alfaparf from?

It has approximately 2,500 employees, of which about 570 are based in Italy. Products and services are distributed in over 90 countries through a network of branches in 22 Countries and 225 distributors. Alfaparf Group has three 3 R&D laboratories, the main one being based in Italy.

Who owns alfaparf Milano?

Roberto Franchina
Roberto Franchina is the Group’s founder and Chairman and Attilio Brambilla is the Chief Executive Officer. Visit the ALFAPARF GROUP website. The Alfaparf Group is an Italian multinational in the cosmetics industry, specialised in products and solutions for the aesthetic care of hair and body.

How do you mix alfaparf evolution?

Mix Evolution of the Color³ with Oxid’o at a dilution ratio of 1:1.5 in a non-metallic bowl. Apply the mixture to dry, unwashed hair. After 35 minutes treatment time, rinse well and shampoo.

Is alfaparf good for Coloured hair?

Blondes: to keep your colour, blonde hair will benefit from the Alfaparf Semi Di Lino Anti-Yellow Blonde Shampoo, which promises to banish brassy tones and replenish damaged fibres, leaving blonde tresses soft and shiny.

Does alfaparf contain PPD?

Alfaparf Milano Precious Nature Hair Color is free from ammonia, PPD and resorcinol with rice milk, sugar and the most special natural ingredients added.

Are alfaparf hair products good?

It is excellent in terms of removing frizz with very long lasting effects but it dries out my hair very badly. This is unlike another Keratin product I used (not sure if I can name it here) where my hair returned excellent condition. Unfortunately Alfaparf is the only keratin product where I live.

Is alfaparf Milano shampoo good?

Super nourishing – creates shine and softness. Great lather and fragrance. I have fine hair and it doesn’t weigh it down at all. I’ve used many many professional brands and this is absolutely a new favorite!

Does alfaparf contain ammonia?

Alfaparf Milano Precious Nature is a permanent hair coloring cream that is free from ammonia, PPD and resorcinol.